1945

Throughout its modern history, Guatemala has been open to foreign investment. Since the late 19th century, foreign direct investment (FDI) has entered most economic sectors and profoundly shaped the country's economy. A 36-year internal conflict, however, dampened growth and hindered investment until 1996, when the Peace Accords were signed. Thereafter, political stability, stable macroeconomic management and commitment to market-oriented reforms have led to increased FDI inflows which have continued until our days.

Countries: Guatemala
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